Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban wants to Express his disagreement on the issue of the extension of the punishment relative to Russia, but He will not exercise the right to Veto to stop the renewal, the media says.
"Veto ? the atomic bomb, its good to have, but do not apply" ? the magazine quoted the words of Orban ", ? quotes the expression of a premiere of RIA "news" referring to the magazine Politico. He also said that the final decision on sanctions ultimately depends on Germany. On Sunday, a European diplomatic source reported that the leaders of the West met at the conference And the G20 agreed to extend penalties against Russia until July.
according to the source, in short the meeting was attended by the head of the USA Barack Obama, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Prime Minister of great Britain D. Cameron, Prime Minister of Italy Matteo Renzi And France's foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, who represented the country instead of President Francois Hollande. During the meeting, the Western leaders stressed the need to continue to put pressure on the Russian Federation in connection with the elections in Ukraine. Remember, the media reported that the Confederation of States close to the extension of the punishment is relatively capital of Russia And is considering 3 possible options, And the extension of restrictive measures for three to four months. The head of Ministry of economic development Alexei Ulyukayev said that in the case of extension of sanctions by Brussels against Russia for another six months the introduction of new response relative to the EU member States is unlikely to be appropriate. On 22 June, the EU Council formally extended the penalties against Russia for another six months, until 31 January 2016. The President's press Secretary Dmitry Peskov called the extension of the EU sanctions against Russia unjustified And illegal. And, according to his statement, Russia will proceed from the principle of reciprocity. The Russian President Vladimir Putin said the signing of the decree on the extension of protective measures from 6 August 2015, and the Cabinet of Ministers of Russia issued a decree on the extension of the countermeasures relative to the countries that supported anti-Russian punishment. The EU is obliged to consider the question of waiver or extension of anti-Russian sanctions in January 2016.